Market Clean-Up

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It is the last of the real market photos today. I have a few left to show. Tomorrow will be all about market parties. So stay tuned.
I'm too tired to remember who's booth this was but I loved how it was set up. I loved the quilts, the suitcase and the little house. Thanks to John I found out this was the Sweetwater booth. Oops.
I didn't mingle much with the Moda people but I really did want to get the Moda Bakeshop book since it is starring a friend of mine as well as some other fantastic people I met at market.
I stood in line to get the book and I'm so glad I did.
I had it signed by these fantastic people. Kim is my good friend 2nd from left. I met the others and Vanessa in the middle was so fun. I loved meeting John as well.
I love a signed book.
One booth I didn't show yet had the most remarkable colors. I just loved everything.
I really liked this quilt. It remanded me of hex signs. I would like to make one similarly.
This is Bunny Hill's booth. I didn't really get a good chance to talk to her but it was fun to have a few sightings.
This is from a great teacher, Jeana Kimball. I took a class from her and I am happy to see she's still working hard. I only use Jeana's needles.
In addition to taking a class on modern quilting and meeting Jacquie, I really enjoyed seeing many modern quilts.
Loved this little dress made from what could be wallpaper fabric. I didn't make a note of who it was made by.
Another quilt I liked.
Loved Quilt Soup stuff. And I bought this bag pattern. More about that later.

So next post will be about parties. They were all fun. I met great people and we had a wonderful time.

-nanette
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Sherri said...

Glad you have more market pics...I don't think I'll ever get tired of them... I think I could go to market again tomorrow...just to see everything!

Vicki said...

It's so fun to read about you meeting all the cool folks. :)Are you going to the Sewing Summit in the fall?

Simone de Klerk said...

Beautiful high lights! And how fun is that, to have a book signed by so many. It will be even more special now!

Nanci said...

I alway sigh when I see the photos of quilt markets...thank you.

Jackie said...

Thank you so much for bringing the market photos to us! You know that you were at the TOP of my list of people to meet. I was so sad, when I had to cancel at the last minute. But you certainly had a wonderful time and saw tons of wonderful quilty things! Will you be in Houston?

Jan Marie said...

I swear, I took over 400 photos and still did not see some of the things you did. Thanks for posting these.

John said...

I loved meeting you too, Nanette!! It was one of the highlights of my market experience this year. (By the way, I think the booth with the suitcase was the Sweetwater booth.)

Kathy B in TN said...

Any idea at all who that little dress was made by? I'd love to find that pattern. Any Clue?

jaybee said...

Thank you so much for the eye candy.
Loved the second last photo - the beautifully pieced quilt -pink on blue - Do you remember where it is from or what it was called?

jaybee said...

WOW again - just had a closer look at the second last quilt. Absolutely fantastic quilting.

Christine said...

I have really enjoyed all your market posts. It must have been amazing to actually be there. Thanks for sharing.

Robin said...

Market looks like it is a fun place to go-- so much eye candy!